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  • Intermunicipal Cooperation Tools | Pace Law School
    by each participating municipality Devise a method for dispute resolution Ø IMPLEMENTATION o Adopting the agreement Formally document the agreement Gain approval for the Intermunicipal Council by a majority vote of the legislature of each participating municipality o Ongoing Management Think Regionally Work towards consistent comprehensive plans and land use regulations Be inclusive Provide broad communication through many mediums Be proactive flexible and patient Pay attention to detail Share costs Be sensitive about who takes credit for programs Deal directly with problems Learn from positive and negative experiences Seek grants and tax benefits Maintain a cooperative spirit Ø Resources General Municipal Law Article 5 G Intermunicipal Cooperation and Consolidation Exploring Opportunities for Savings and Improved Service Delivery Published by the New York State Office of the State Comptroller Division of Local Government Services and Economic Development Local Government Management Guide Published by the New York State Office of the State Comptroller Division of Local Government Services and Economic Development A Local Leader s Guide to Intermunicipal Land Use Cooperation Starting Ground Series Pace University Land Use Law Center HUDSON VALLEY INTERMUNICIPAL COUNCILS The Northern Dutchess Alliance The Northern Dutchess Alliance NDA was formed in 1996 and formally incorporated in 1999 as a coalition of business government non profit and community organizations It focuses on regional planning issues of balanced growth economic development and community preservation It was organized to improve quality of life to help integrate private and public activities and to promote economic development in northwestern Dutchess County while protecting and promoting the area s historical and cultural assets The organization has an executive committee and conducts open meetings most months on current issues affecting members of the NDA These meetings are generally open to anyone interested in the topic The NDA has not had any staff assistance but has recently secured funding to hire a staff assistant All participating communities have sent representatives to the Community Leadership Alliance Training Program although the NDA was formed independently of the training program The NDA has worked with the Countryside Exchange to hold an intensive area wide analysis of the land use economical and environmental issues facing the region Northern Dutchess Alliance website President Marc Molinaro Work Phone 845 757 2021 Email mayor tivoliny org The Harlem Valley Partnership Inc The Harlem Valley Partnership HVP is a non profit agency based in Dover Plains concerned with economic development and regional cooperation The HVP is committed to promoting cooperation among its member communities for the purpose of identifying and developing a regional response to their shared issues opportunities and problems The Harlem Valley is separated from the rest of Dutchess County by the Taconic Mountain range and is therefore geographically removed from the typical economic development activities in western Dutchess County It is connected to the New York City metropolitan area by Metro North Commuter Railroad s Harlem Division Line and NYS Route 22 which have both seen significant increased usage by commuters and tourists in recent years The Harlem Valley Partnership

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  • Mediation Tools | Pace Law School
    New York Lindisfarne Press 1991 Sale Kirkpatrick The Green Revolution The American Environmental Movement 1962 1992 Canada HarperCollins 1993 Greenstein George The Symbiotic Universe Life and the Cosmos in Unity New York William Morrow and Co 1988 Gore Al Earth In The Balance Ecology and the Human Spirit New York Houghton Mifflin Co 1992 Harrell Adele V and George E Peterson Drugs Crime and Social Isolation Barriers to Urban Opportunity Washington D C The Urban Institute Press 1992 Zu Sun The Art of War New York Bantam 1983 Wells Stuart From Sage to Artisan The Nine Roles of the Value Driven Leader Palo Alto Davies Black Publishing 1991 New York State Technical Resources New York State Dispute Resolution Association Inc The New York State Dispute Resolution Association Inc NYSDRA is a not for profit membership organization committed to the promotion of quality conflict management and peaceful dispute resolution Through leadership education promotion of professional standards and training and development of innovative statewide programs NYSDRA provides opportunities for people communities organizations and businesses to effectively respond to conflict New York State Department of Environmental Conservation Office of Hearings and Mediation Services The Office of Hearings and Mediation Services OHMS is an independent office within the Department that reports directly to the Commissioner We conduct hearings related to the Department s permitting and enforcement activities under the Environmental Conservation Law We also help to resolve disputes by employing less formal means such as mediation We also decide Freedom of Information Law FOIL appeals with respect to records held or maintained in OHMS We are not affiliated with any of the Department s regulatory programs field personnel or the Office of the General Counsel Mediation Center of Dutchess County Services include Multi party facilitation for organizational conflict transformation Conflict transformation workshops for youth and adults and Mediation training and consultation for schools colleges and organizations Congregations Linked In Urban Strategy To Effect Renewal CLUSTER The mission of Congregations Linked in Urban Strategy to Effect Renewal CLUSTER is to provide services and programs that will assist individuals and families in Yonkers and other parts of Westchester County to build a better future for themselves and their communities New York State Unified Court System New York State Community Dispute Resolution Centers are listed by county Agencies and Organizations Consensus Building Institute Inc CBI improves the way leaders advocates experts and communities make public and organizational decisions The organization works with government agencies community groups businesses advocacy organizations researchers and educators Core services include Conflict Assessment Consensus Building Training Capacity Building and Organizational Development and Research and Evaluation Policy Consensus Initiative Policy Consensus Initiative is a national nonprofit program working with leaders at the state level governors legislators attorneys general state agencies and others to establish and strengthen the use of collaborative practices in states to bring about more effective governance PCI provides a variety of services including Consultation and Technical Assistance Information Resources and Education and Training Program and Materials U S Department of Agriculture Forest Service Cooperative Forestry The Cooperative Forestry program works with States private landowners and other partners to promote healthy forests Its mission is to connect people to resources ideas and one another so they can care for forests and sustain their communities The Loka Institute The Loka Institute is a research and advocacy group that strives to promote community initiated and community driven policies in order to shift public attention and financial resources to grassroots priorities The organization maintains a network of research and grassroots organizations conducting community based research Sustainable Communities Network SCN is an advocacy group that seeks to ink citizens to resources and one another to create healthy vital sustainable communities Their website is a great place for community members city officials and planners to access tools and resources for community planning The website offers a starter kit that will aid communities in the decision making process Meridian Institute Meridian Institute seeks to solve problems and resolve conflicts arising from the integration of environmental health economic and social issues Their professionals offer Multi Party Problem Solving Strategy and Assessment Planning Leadership in the Practice of Collaboration Center for Public Resources Institute for Dispute Resolution CPR s mission is to spearhead innovation and promote excellence in public and private dispute resolution and to serve as a resource for avoidance management and resolution of business related and other disputes CPR provides highly qualified neutrals to resolve disputes and is also a leading proponent of self administered Alternative Dispute Resolution National Coalition for Dialogue and Deliberation The National Coalition for Dialogue Deliberation is a network of thousands of innovators who bring people together across divides to tackle today s toughest challenges NCDD serves as a gathering place a resource clearinghouse a news source and a facilitative leader for this extraordinary community National Association For Community Mediation The purpose of the National Association for Community Mediation is to support the maintenance and growth of community based mediation programs and processes to present a compelling voice in appropriate policy making legislative professional and other arenas and to encourage the development and sharing of resources for these efforts The Perspectives Group The Perspectives Group offers IAP2 training I nternet Law Library Alternative Dispute Resolution Arbitration Mediation The Internet Law Library contains thousands of links to legal issues related to arbitration and dispute resolution Grants and Financial Assistance Trellis Fund no pre selected issues CaRDI Mission Statement CaRDI works to enhance life quality and social and personal well being for the people of New York State CaRDI coordinates research extension and teaching in four broad areas Economic Vitality Environmental Management Human Services and Local Governance Leadership The Catalog of Federal Domestic Assistance 10 435 State Mediation Grants Objective To assist States in establishing and administering mediation programs and services for agricultural producers creditors of producers and persons directly affected by actions of the Department of Agriculture Uses and Use Restrictions Grants are to be used for the operation and administration of mediation program which

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  • Summer 2007 Newsletter | Pace Law School
    Dealing with global warming and traffic congestion through land use law reform Thursday November 15 2007 8 30am 1 00 pm YONKERS PUBLIC LIBRARY RIVERFRONT LIBRARY One Larkin Center Yonkers New York 10701 Climate change is on the mind of many following the convincing reports this year by the International Panel on Climate Change Several of the most effective strategies for reducing carbon emissions can be carried out through changes in land use laws that create more transportation efficient development patterns Join us for a half day conference designed to discover and disclose all workable strategies for using land use law reform and other initiatives to create more transportation efficient development throughout the NY metropolitan area Experts from the national regional and local level will present on successful models for transportation efficient development Brochure to follow with more information For more information see our brochure or contact Ann Marie McCoy at amccoy law pace edu or 914 422 4262 Article Zoning Transportation and Climate Change John R Nolon and Jessica A Bacher Written for publication in the Real Estate Law Journal This article explores the relationship among zoning transportation planning and climate change It discusses the relationship between land use densities and transportation choices reviews the trend toward transit oriented development in higher density communities and transportation efficient development in lower density areas presents several case studies where land use and transportation planning are beginning to intersect and ends with a strategic approach for communities to consider To read more click here Gaining Ground Database Resources The Gaining Ground Information Database www landuse law pace edu is an on line database that contains information about the methods used by governments to control the use of land in the public interest It includes federal state and local laws and regulations commentaries research papers and a variety of research aids To view a sample local wetlands ordinance please perform the following search Go to the Gaining Ground Database at http www landuse law pace edu Use the Advanced Search option located on the menu on the right hand side of the webpage After selecting this option enter the word wetlands into the description field on the top half of the page If you wish to narrow the search to laws or to resources from a particular jurisdiction use the limits located on the bottom half of the page For example limit the search by selecting laws from the resource type options on the bottom half of the advanced search page municipality from the jurisdiction options and New York from the state options Scroll through the results and find a draft wetlands law as well as numerous other examples of wetlands laws from municipalities within the state We would like to thank the Westchester Community Foundation and the Department of Environmental Conservation for their support of the database Thanks to their contributions the Land Use Law Center has been able to significantly increase the number of water quality related ordinances contained within the

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  • ODR 2015 Speakers | Pace Law School
    Law Center of the University of Houston SMU Dedman School of Law College of Law of the University of Tennessee and Syracuse University College of Law where he taught European civil procedure and European complex litigation Stefaan is also a program associate on the CMS Swiss Re Research Program on Civil Justice Systems at the Centre for Socio Legal Studies at the University of Oxford and a member of the Global Class Actions Exchange Network Yoshihisa Hayakawa serves as a professor of law at Rikkyo University Tokyo He also teaches and researches in a number of foreign universities including Columbia University Cornell University QM College of University of London and Australian National University He also serves as a partner at Uryu Itoga Tokyo He serves as a counsel in many cases of transnational litigation and international commercial arbitration as well as serving as an arbitrator in many arbitration cases He also serves as a representative from Japan for a number of inter governmental organizations including UNCITRAL ODR WG and Hague Conference on PIL And he serves as Vice chair of Int l Committee of Tokyo Bar Association Ms Ijeoma Ononogbu is a London based solicitor in International Dispute Resolution Her expertise includes litigation arbitration mediation and online dispute resolution A Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators and its delegate to the Working Group III on Online Dispute Resolution held at the United Nations Headquarters Ijeoma is extremely passionate about dispute resolution especially Africa s dispute resolution platforms Ijeoma is a fellow of the National Center for Technology and Dispute Resolution She has written a number of articles on dispute resolution in Africa Prof Anyu Andy Lee is a professor at University of International Business and Economy in Beijing China Prof Lee serves as the chief scientist of the university s eCommerce Research institute and manages the university s Shenzhen Research Institute which is a thinking tank founded jointly by the university and Shenzhen municipal government Prior to the university Prof Lee was the director of eCommerce technology research center at China Academy of Sciences for 10 years Before coming back to China Prof Lee worked in Silicon Valley for over 12 years as an engineer and research scientist in various companies including LSI Logic Silicongraphic HP Lab Prof Lee founded Internet Image Inc in 1997 and successfully merged with Intraware a Nasdaq listed company Prof Lee was educated in Shanghai JiaoTong University BS MS University of Arizona MS and Stanford University Phd with HP corporate fellowship Xuhui Michael Fang Law Professor at Nanchang University NCU LLB in Peking University and JD in Washington University In 2011 he introduced Smartsettle to the NUC law students some of which were among top 5 during the e negotiation competition Since then he has advocated that ODR can level the playing field for the disadvantaged in the developing countries In August 2013 he introduced eBay s community court to the Chinese lawyers during his 2 hours speech about ODR at the Beijing Bar Association just four months before Taobao formally introduced crowed source ODR to solve the e commerce disputes In June 2014 he started NCU ODR program funded by the project promoting the comprehensive strength of the universities in the Midwestern China Last June during his impromptu speech at the 13th ODR forum he awarded owl miniatures to the conference organizers implicating that ODR is OwlDR 24 1 day Anjanette Angie Raymond is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Business Law and Ethics at the Kelley School of Business Indiana University and an Adjunct Assistant Professor of Law at Maurer Law School Indiana Angie has written widely in international commercial law international commercial arbitration online dispute resolution and international secured transactions in such publications as the Harvard Negotiation Law Review Cardozo Journal of Conflict Resolution Journal of Dispute Resolution Wisconsin Law Review Northwestern Journal of Technology and Intellectual Property and the American Review of International Arbitration Angie attends the United Nations Commission on International Trade Law Online Dispute Resolution Working Group Non Governmental Organization Institute of International Commercial Law IICL and was the former research assistant to the US delegate to UNCITRAL and the Reporter for the revision of the sales and leases articles of the Uniform Commercial Code Nancy A Welsh is the William Trickett Faculty Scholar and a professor of law at Penn State University Dickinson School of Law Her research and writing examine negotiation court connected and agency connected mediation mandatory pre dispute consumer and employment arbitration and dispute resolution generally She has studied the procedural fairness offered by these processes their consistency with self determination their potential to resolve non legal as well as legal issues and the consequences of their institutionalization She has written more than 60 articles and chapters that have appeared in law reviews professional publications and books with her article The Thinning Vision of Self Determination in Court Annexed Mediation The Inevitable Price of Institutionalization earning recognition as one of the three most cited articles in the first ten years of the Harvard Negotiation Law Review s existence She is also co author of a leading legal textbook Dispute Resolution and Lawyers 5th ed succeeded Harvard Law School Professor Emeritus Frank Sander as co chair of the Editorial Board of the Dispute Resolution Magazine and is Vice Chair of the ABA Dispute Resolution Section In 2006 she conducted research as a Fulbright Scholar regarding the Netherlands institutionalization of court connected mediation and taught in the Private Law department of Tilburg University Before joining the legal academy Professor Welsh was the executive director of Mediation Center in Minnesota practiced law with Leonard Street and Deinard and was named a Leading Minnesota Attorney She earned her B A magna cum laude from Allegheny College and her J D from Harvard Law School She teaches Civil Procedure Negotiation Mediation Federal Courts Constitutional Law and the Dispute System Design Seminar In 2010 she received her law school s Excellence in Teaching Award Daniel Rainey is the Chief of Staff for the National Mediation Board and an adjunct faculty member at Southern Methodist University Creighton University and Dominican University He is a Board Member of the InternetBar Org and Northern Virginia Mediation Service a Fellow of the National Center for Technology and Dispute Resolution a member of the Editorial Board of Conflict Resolution Quarterly and a Co Editor In Chief of the International Journal of Online Dispute Resolution http danielrainey us Amy Schmitz joined the University of Colorado Law School faculty in 2000 leaving private legal practice with Faegre Benson LLP in its Minneapolis office and the Seattle office of Stoel Rives LLP Her practice focused on commercial issues and included representation of a variety of parties in litigation arbitration and other alternative dispute resolution processes Professor Schmitz now teaches Contracts Secured Transactions Arbitration International Arbitration and Consumers and the Law service learning and Dispute Resolution in the Digital Age courses Her current research explores empirical realities of contracting behavior as well as various other issues related to consumer arbitration and contract law and policy Professor Schmitz has been active in recent debates regarding consumer arbitration and online dispute resolution and is often an invited speaker on these topics Recent speaking engagements include events at Stanford University Pepperdine University University of California Hastings Loyola in Chicago Wake Forest University Fordham University Penn State Online Dispute Resolution conference and American Bar Association Meetings She has published many articles on contract consumer and arbitration law has been cited in Consumer Reports and other print and television media for her consumer law research and developed a non profit consumer outreach film and website at MyConsumertips info Additionally Professor Schmitz enjoys working with students on public service and outreach projects and serves in various capacities dedicated to assisting consumers while providing students with opportunities to explore law in action She also is on the AALS Executive Committee on Commercial and Related Consumer Law has been an Amici in many United Supreme Court cases involving arbitration and is an ABA delegated expert to the United Nations working group seeking to create a global online mechanism for resolution of e contract disputes Janet Martinez is Director of the Martin Daniel Gould Center for Conflict Resolution and Senior Lecturer in Law at Stanford Law School where she teaches advanced negotiation dispute system design and alternative dispute resolution law policy Martinez is also a Senior Advisor with LaxSebenius The Negotiation Group in Massachusetts Martinez practiced corporate law in San Francisco for ten years before moving to Cambridge Massachusetts There she did research writing and teaching in various aspects of negotiation at Harvard University s graduate schools of business law and government and completed her Ph D at MIT While in Cambridge she was Senior Associate for the Consensus Building Institute a nonprofit provider of dispute resolution services in the public and private sectors both domestic and international Martinez current research and consulting focus on dispute system design with Lisa Amsler and Stephanie Smith Dispute System Design Stanford University Press forthcoming public policy negotiation online dispute resolution and international comparative dispute resolution Dr Jin Ho Verdonschot is Head of Justice Technology and Justice Technology Architect at HiiL Innovating Justice in The Hague in The Netherlands He closely works together with courts ministries and legal aid organisations to help them design and create user friendly interfaces He currently works on online platforms for resolution of relational disputes including an online procedure for the Dutch courts to resolve neighbour disputes and an online procedure for divorce and separation in The Netherlands British Columbia and England Wales Rechtwijzer 2 Chittu Nagarajan is the co founder of Modria com and Managing Director of Modria India She also founded ODRworld and ODRindia the first Online Dispute Resolution Service Provider in India in 2004 She served as Head of the eBay and Pay Pal Community Court initiative Chittu is a Fellow of the National Centre for Technology and Dispute Resolution University of Massachusetts at Amherst U S A and served as the Conference Chair for the 10th International Online Dispute Resolution Working Forum held from February 7 9 2011 in Chennai India Chittu has a Legal Practicing Certificate and is a trained Mediator Chittu s passion is in Online Dispute Resolution Micro justice Conflict Prevention and Resolution Cyberlaws E commerce and Intellectual Property Chittu s first degree is in History whilst her second degree is in Law She holds a Masters in Alternative Dispute Resolution to E commerce disputes Vikki Rogers is the Director of the Institute of International Commercial Law at Pace Law School Vikki focuses on alternative dispute resolution including online dispute resolution ODR and international commercial arbitration as well as international commercial law primarily international sales law She is responsible for maintaining the award winning online CISG Database www cisg law pace edu She also represents the IICL as an NGO observer in Working Group II and III at UNCITRAL and is part of the US delegation for Working Group III on ODR Vikki is an editor of the UNCITRAL CISG Digest and sits on the editorial boards for the Journal of Online Dispute Resolution and the Journal of Technology in International Arbitration She is also a fellow at the National Center for Technology and Dispute Resolution Associate Professor Benjamin Davis a faculty member since 2003 and tenured since 2008 is a graduate of Harvard College BA and Harvard Law School and Harvard Business School JD MBA where he was Articles Editor of the Harvard International Law Journal Professor Davis teaches in the areas of Contracts Alternative Dispute Resolution Arbitration Public International Law and International Business Transactions Prior to joining the faculty Professor Davis was an Associate Professor at Texas Wesleyan University School of Law Between 1983 and 1986 he worked in Paris France as a Development Consultant in West Africa and as a Strategic Business Consultant with Mars and Co in Europe In 1986 he became the American Legal Counsel at the International Court of Arbitration of the International Chamber of Commerce where he supervised directly or indirectly over 5000 international commercial arbitration and mediation cases made filings before courts around the world on behalf of the ICC assisted with the drafting of arbitration laws in countries such as India and Sri Lanka and led conferences in Eastern and Western Europe North America and Asia In 1996 he was promoted to Director Conference Programmes and Manager of the Institute of World Business Law where he organized training sessions on international contracts dispute resolution project finance and electronic commerce Sherman W Kahn is an attorney arbitrator and mediator with a particular emphasis on technology and focuses on international arbitration intellectual property privacy and information security Mr Kahn acts as an arbitrator and represents clients in international arbitration proceedings presenting complex technical and commercial issues and has arbitrated under the ICC AAA JCAA and other arbitration and dispute resolution rules The subject matter of these arbitrations has ranged from patent and trademark issues to IT outsourcing mining construction and commercial issues Mr Kahn provides advice regarding clause drafting and pre dispute issues in connection with major construction and infrastructure projects He also provides advice to clients regarding structure of investments with respect to arbitration pursuant to bilateral investment treaties Mr Kahn is a member of the International Centre for Dispute Resolution ICDR Panel of Arbitrators the American Arbitration Association Roster of Commercial Arbitrators and the CPR Distinguished Panel of Neutrals He is a Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators FCIArb Mirèze Philippe Special Counsel Secretariat of ICC International Court of Arbitration France Mirèze is a French lawyer of French and Lebanese origin and also holds a degree in Management and Business Administration She joined the ICC in 1984 and is currently in charge of coordinating the internal practices of the Secretariat and of a legal training program She built for the ICC the NetCase platform for managing ICC arbitrations in a secure online environment She contributed to developing online teaching of ICC arbitration as well as drafted mock cases and moderated several workshops on arbitration Mirèze is Founding Co President of ArbitralWomen and member of the Board founder of the ICC Court Counsel Alumni member of the Editorial Board of International Journal of Online Dispute Resolution member of Honour of the Association des Juristes en Arbitrage and member of the Board of the Association Française Amis de l OIDD International Development Law Organization Italy She publishes and speaks on arbitration and online dispute resolution Paul H Cohen is a prominent presence in international arbitration forums represents global clients in arbitrations under the rules of the ICC LCIA ICDR ICSID and other arbitral institutions as well as in ad hoc proceedings His clients have included sovereign governments international manufacturers major pharmaceutical makers financial institutions airlines international insurance companies and professional services firms located in Africa Asia Europe and North America Paul is a partner in the Commercial Litigation practice and admitted to the bar in New York England and Wales Middle Temple Arbitrations involving oil and gas disputes both commercial and investor state conflicts are a practice emphasis for Paul He guides clients through the resolution of a range of disputes including contract breaches failed mergers and investment disputes Paul co founded along with Arthur Marriott QC 12 Gray s Inn Square Chambers in London which is devoted to international arbitration and global dispute resolution In addition Paul is the author of International Energy Arbitration a book covering the world of international energy arbitrations more Petra Butler is an Associate Professor at Victoria University of Wellington New Zealand and Co Director of the Centre for Small States Queen Mary College University of London Her research focuses on domestic and international human rights and international commercial law with a particular emphasis on international commercial contracts She has published extensively in both her research interests and regularly advises public and private clients in both areas Recently she has started to find more and more synergies between her two research areas and has developed an expertise in business and human rights Petra regularly holds visiting positions abroad and has taught inter alia at Northwestern Law School Chicago Universidad de Navarra Pamplona University of Melbourne and the Chinese University of Political Science and Law Bejing Deborah Masucci is currently Chair and Board Member of the International Mediation Institute IMI and was former Chair of the ABA Section for Dispute Resolution She also serves as a full time arbitrator and mediator Deborah was recently head of American International Group Inc s AIG Employment Dispute Resolution Program She was recruited to AIG in 2003 to establish its Office of Dispute Resolution in the Litigation Management Division where she was responsible for the strategic use of alternative dispute resolution ADR and increasing the effective methods of appropriate dispute resolution used within the Claims Organization She is a global expert in alternative dispute resolution and dispute management with over thirty years experience in promoting and effectively use of ADR in many capacities She is a published author on ADR issues and frequently speaks on the topic at legal and bar association meetings Jacqueline Nolan Haley is a Professor at Fordham Law School where she is director of the ADR Conflict Resolution Program She teaches courses in ADR International Dispute Resolution Interethnic Conflict Resolution International Mediation and Catholic Perspectives on Conflict Resolution She is also the director of Fordham s Mediation Clinic Professor Nolan Haley is a member of the Standing Committee on Mediator Ethical Guidance of the ABA Dispute Resolution Section and the Ethics Committee of the ABA s Section on Dispute Resolution She is chair of the Education Committee of the New York State Bar Association s Dispute Resolution Section Her scholarship focuses on ethical and justice issues related to ADR and more recently on issues related to international and comparative mediation James C Jim Melamed co founded Mediate com in 1996 and has served as CEO of Mediate com ever since Mediate com received the American Bar

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  • Winter 2010 Newsletter | Pace Law School
    Newburgh in Distressed Property Initiative Awards Given at Sustainable Development Law Conference Hopkins Memorial Lecture Over 100 Alumni in Attendance Professor John R Nolon Invited to Participate in Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change Expert Meeting We re Blogging on GreenLaw Land Use Law Center in 2010 Dean s Report Theodore W Kheel May 9 1914 November 12 2010 Theodore W Kheel Mediator passed away on Friday November 12 at the age of 96 Mr Kheel will be missed by those whose lives he touched at Pace Law School and the Theodore W Kheel Center on the Resolution of Environmental Interest Disputes which he founded When asked in a 2003 interview with the New York Times How would you like to be remembered Mr Kheel responded I think I would like to be remembered in terms of conflict resolution Read more Resources Multimedia Helpful Links Publications Resources Videos Podcasts Our Programs Student Involvement Related Organizations Pace Municipal Law Resource Center Pace Energy and Climate Center Columbia Center for Climate Change Law Related Groups Real Estate Land Use Law Alumni Network Real Estate Land Use Law Society Dispute Resolution Society Related Newsletters On The Ground Newsletter Green Law Blog Pace Environmental Notes New Ordinances Added to our Gaining Ground Information Database Sea Level Rise Adaptation The Center has begun an initiative to collect local laws that explicitly address sea level rise adaptation These ordinances take varying approaches including mandatory sea level rise impact analysis for shoreline development limitations on development and shoreline structures and requirements that buildings be designed to incorporate relative sea level rise Click here to view the regulations added thus far to the database Green Buildings Energy Efficiency Our team of staff and students has worked hard to collect hundreds of local regulations on these topics Over 20 of these are abstracted and have been uploaded to the database Click here to view the municipal green building and energy efficiency regulations recently added to the Database Want us to list your program If you have an exemplary local policy or regulation that you want us to consider posting on the Gaining Ground Database click here to let us know Join the Land Use Law Center on Facebook Connect with students alumni LULA graduates and many others on the Land Use Law Center s Facebook page See Center updates photos videos event information and more Click here to join our Facebook page Upcoming Regional Events Our Fight Against Global Climate Change Lecture Series With Scenic Hudson Conservation Scientist Sacha Spector Ph D Oppositions Pennies from Heaven An Urban Green Council event Technological Innovation for an Energy Secure Future Yale Climate Energy Institute s 2nd Annual Conference 2011 National Planning Conference American Planning Association UConn CLEAR 2011 Free Webinar Series Brought to you by the Center for Land Use Education Research and its partners Funding Opportunities Other Items of Interest Targeted Technical Assistance Available for Developing Sustainable Planning Methods On February 3 2011 EPA launched the Sustainable Communities Building Blocks Program

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  • Summer 2010 Newsletter | Pace Law School
    for realizing the benefits of an efficient environmentally sound design maximizing the use of town wide resources and embracing the value of a grassroots approach in their use of collaborative decision making techniques Read more News Announcements New Land Use Leadership Alliance Informational Brochure Released Land Use Law Center Publication Becomes one of the Top 10 Downloaded Articles for Sustainability Law Policy Land Use Kheel Centers Welcome New Arrivals Environmental Law Review Publishes Kheel Special Edition The Pace Environmental Law Review recently released Volume 27 1 a Kheel Center Special Edition entitled Environmental Interest Dispute Resolution Changing Times Changing Practice This themed issue is devoted to an examination of skills with which lawyers can equip themselves to meet the needs of a changing society whose legal system has traditionally been centered around an adversarial practice Read more and download articles from the edition Resources Multimedia Helpful Links Pace Municipal Law Resource Center Pace Energy and Climate Center Columbia Center for Climate Change Law Related Groups On The Ground Newsletter Green Law Journal Pace Environmental Notes Local ADR Regulations for Land Use Disputes Working in collaboration with the Consensus Building Institute the Kheel Center has collected local laws and policies intended to encourage or require the non adversarial resolution of land use and environmental disputes A very special thank you to all of you who contributed to this effort by telling us about efforts in your community and elsewhere To view these laws collected by the Kheel Center from across the country click here to view those categorized as Alternative Dispute Resolution or click here to view those categorized as Pre Application Consensus Building Sea Level Rise Adaptation The Center has begun an initiative to collect local laws that explicitly address sea level rise adaptation These ordinances take varying approaches including

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  • Spring 2010 Newsletter | Pace Law School
    Real Estate Reception Mayors Redevelopment Roundtable VI Mayors Redevelopment Roundtable VII Corporation Counsel s Roundtable VI Recent Training Programs Affordable Housing LULA Connecticut LULA Upstate NY LULA DutchessCounty 1 Day Training Certification Program Recent CLE Programs Update on NY State s Legal Efforts to Address Climate Change Fundamentals of Commercial Real Estate Transactions The Nuts Bolts Fundamentals of Financing Commercial Real Estate Transactions What is Happening in Real Estate Law Practice Now News Announcements LULA Program Expands Regional Land Use Class Graduates 34 Leaders Majority of NY Communities Adopt Land Use Law Center Stormwater Management Law Land Use Law Center Featured at American Planning Association Annual Conference Routledge Publishing Group Issues Press Release on Nolon Climate Change Work New Training Program LULC Announces Sea Level Rise LULA Program LULC Attorney Selected for Executive Committee of American Planning Association s Planning Law Division Land Use Law Center Expands Reach of its Land Use Leadership Alliance LULA Training Program Gov Patterson Appoints John R Nolon to Council Charged with Preparing State Climate Action Plan Kheel Center Attorney Featured on ACResolution Teleconference Land Use Law Center Attorney Tapped to Speak at Sustainable Energy Conference Join the Land Use Law Center on Facebook Connect with students alumni LULA graduates and many others on the Land Use Law Center s Facebook page See Center updates photos videos event information and more Click here to join our Facebook page Resources Multimedia Helpful Links Publications Resources Videos Podcasts Our Programs Student Involvement Related Organizations Pace Municipal Law Resource Center Pace Energy and Climate Center Columbia Center for Climate Change Law Related Groups Real Estate Land Use Law Alumni Network Real Estate Land Use Law Society Dispute Resolution Society Related Newsletters On The Ground Newsletter Green Law Journal Pace Environmental Notes New Ordinances Added to our Gaining Ground

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  • Fall 2009 Newsletter | Pace Law School
    Training Requirement Register Now Did you attend last year s Kheel Summit Click here to read articles about the 2008 Summit and see pictures from the day John R Nolon Named Pace Law School s Hopkins Professor New Kheel Center Advisors Announced Real Estate Law Institute Announces CLE Series LL M Student Selected as First Real Estate Fellow Calling all LULA Graduates We Need Your Feedback Click to find out more Kheel Staff Featured at Association for Conflict Resolution Conference Land Use Law Center Holds Climate Action Workshop for Municipal Officials Kheel Center featured in Green Law Journal Many Thanks to our Alumni The Land Use Law Center and Real Estate Law Institute would like to thank all of the alumni who came out for the annual Land Use Real Estate Law Alumni Reception this Fall We enjoyed reconnecting with everyone hearing updates on your work and competing for raffle prizes Thanks also to members of the Executive Board of the Real Estate and Land Use Law Society and our Real Estate LL M students for stopping by to network and share in the food and fun Join the Land Use Law Center on Facebook Connect with students alumni LULA graduates and many others on the Land Use Law Center s Facebook page See Center updates photos videos event information and more Click here to join our Facebook page Resources Multimedia Helpful Links Publications Resources Videos Podcasts Our Programs Student Involvement Related Organizations Pace Municipal Law Resource Center Pace Energy and Climate Center Columbia Center for Climate Change Law Related Groups Real Estate Land Use Law Alumni Network Real Estate Land Use Law Society Dispute Resolution Society Related Newsletters On The Ground Newsletter Green Law Journal Pace Environmental Notes New Ordinances Added to our Gaining Ground Information Database Vacant Distressed

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